Planning holiday travel or gatherings? See this safety advice.
Additionally, booster shots are now available to anyone age 18 or over.

A safe return to in-person learning

This autumn, the UW is safely returning to in-person instruction and activities.

The University requires requires masks indoors for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, and also requires all students and personnel to be vaccinated. Please get vaccinated if you haven’t already, and attest to your vaccination status. These are just two of the many health and safety measures in place for autumn quarter.

We remain committed to providing a high-quality Husky Experience for every student, supporting the University of Washington’s vital research and service missions, and continuing to provide the outstanding medical care that keeps our community healthy.

If you are sick with any illness, you must stay home, even if you are fully vaccinated.

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COVID-19 vaccinations

Get answers to vaccine questions and find a vaccine provider today.

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Worried you may have COVID-19?

If you have symptoms, or confirmed or suspected COVID-19: please notify the UW Environmental Health & Safety COVID-19 Response Team. (UW Medicine employees: contact your Employee Health Services office.)

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Husky Coronavirus Testing

Learn more about this voluntary research study and how you can enroll, as well as options for other no-cost testing in the area.